Devastated Puerto Rico struggles without power, water, phones

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(Worthy News) - Millions of Puerto Rico residents are struggling to survive since Hurricane Maria devastated the island last week as a Category 5 storm.

The entire U.S. territory remains without power, cellphone service is spotty, drinkable water is scarce, buildings have been destroyed, roads have washed away and a dam might collapse after the storm hit Wednesday.

On Friday, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello ordered the evacuation of all 70,000 residents in the areas under the Guajataca Dam, at the northern end of Lake Guajatac about 60 miles west of San Juan. [ Source: UPI (Read More...) ]

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